Driver detained after pedestrians injured outside London's Natural History Museum

Pedestrians walk with a police officer near the Natural History Museum after a car mounted the pavement in London Britain

Pedestrians walk with a police officer near the Natural History Museum after a car mounted the pavement in London Britain

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn tweeted: "Very concerning reports from outside the Natural History Museum".

The police statement said officers were on the scene and that London Ambulance Service had been called. Citing police, BBC reported that the injuries were minor. It had taken up cooperation with police, shared it with. It locked area wide and blocked several streets. Helicopters buzzed overhead as ambulances rushed to the scene on Exhibition Road.

The Natural History Museum - the fourth most popular tourist attraction in the United Kingdom, according to industry figures - tweeted after the incident that it was still open for visitors. Passers-by had overwhelmed man. Officials are investigating a possible motive.

"By the time we came across the road two people were helping this person in the road and it looked like they were administering first aid or just comforting them".

Police later said that the crash is not related to terror.

The three major museums nearby met with special safety precautions.

Like the Victoria and Albert and Science museums - the Natural History Museum does not charge an entry fee but does charge for admission to certain exhibitions.

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London Mayor Sadiq Khan, according to his own information, was in close contact with police officers.

Another who gave his name only as Leonard, told AFP: "I was near South Ken station and there were many police".

Armed police were deployed to the scene and the whole area was cordoned off.

Several people are injured after a auto mounted the pavement outside the Natural History Museum in London. Follow @metpoliceuk for updates.

There have been five attacks this year, of which three involve vehicles. In mid-September, a self-built bomb exploded in a London subway.

Later that month, a van plowed into pedestrians near a mosque in north London, killing one man and injuring 11 people.

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